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CCEA GCSE Home Economics: Food and Nutrition


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English | ISBN: 1471894843 | 2017 | EPUB | 224 Pages | 24,3 MB


Fully updated to cover the 2017 CCEA Home Economics: Food and Nutrition GCSE specification, this new edition of the market-leading textbook will guide your students through the content, prepare them for assessment and help you deliver an engaging, cost-effective Home Economics: Food and Nutrition course.- Ensures your students understand even the most challenging topics such as nutrition and consumer law with clear, accessible explanations of all subject content and simple definitions of key words- Helps students apply their understanding of food and nutrition with engaging and cost-effective practical food preparation and cooking activities - Differentiates with stretch and challenge activities to ensure progression and to challenge more able learners- Prepares students for Controlled Assessment with guidance on the Practical Food and Nutrition task- Supports exam preparation with advice on preparing for the written paper and practice exam-style questions throughout
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